Wednesday Morning Stir

By Erik Oster 


George Clooney pops in to various classic Hollywood movies in McCann New York’s new spot for Nespresso (video above).

-CP+B launched an internal social network called Yo-Now in an effort to improve employee communication.

-Instagram beats Twitter and, yes, Snapchat in user growth. Meet the new boss, same as the old boss.

-But Twitter is still trying to appeal to advertisers.

-McDonald’s will offer home delivery in the U.K. and “Uberization” is now a word everyone understands.

-The ANA and American Advertising Federation have yet to comment on Rep. Bob Goodlatte‘s proposal that attorneys’ ads seeking plaintiffs for lawsuits over potentially dangerous drugs caution consumers not to stop taking the drugs before consulting a doctor.

-A print ad for the BMW 760Li xDrive was banned by the Advertising Standards Authority for encouraging irresponsible driving.

-A study by the Video Advertising Bureau (VAB) found that ad execs have a distorted view of how much time viewers spend watching video on different devices.

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